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Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants
The following is a list of some potentially toxic plants. Be sure you correctly identify all plants in your bird's environment. Keep those plants known to be toxic out of the reach of your birds.

• spp-- subspecies sp-- species

Because plant names vary by resource and region, consult a local nursery to confirm the names of plants in your home.
Toxic Plants
Acokanthera- Acokanthera spp. (all parts toxic, except ripe fruit)
Amaryllis- Amaryllis spp.
Angel's Trumpet- Datura spp. (leaves, seeds, flowers)
Apricot- Prunus armeniaca (pits, leaves, bark)
Apple- Malus spp. (seeds, leaves, bark)
Avocado- Persea americaca (pit, leaves, unripe fruit, stems)
Azalea- Rhododendron canadensis
Balsam Pear, Bitter Melon- Momordica charanita
Baneberry- Actaea rubra, A. pachypoda
Belladonna- Atropa belladonna
Bird of Paradise- Poinciana and related spp. (seed pods, flowers)
Bittersweet- Celastrus spp.
Black Locust- Robinia pseudoacacia
Boxwood- Buxus spp.
Bracken Fern- Pteridium aquilinium
Buckthorn- Karwinskia humboldtiana and related spp.
Burdock- Arctium spp.
Buttercup- Ranunculus spp.
Caladium- Caladium spp.
Calla Lily- Zantedeschia aethiopica
Catclaw Acacia- Acacia greggii (twigs, leaves)
Caster Bean- Ricinus communis
Cherry- Prunus spp. (pits, leaves, bark)
Chinaberry- Melia azadarach
Clematis- Clematis montana and related spp.
Coral Plant- Jatropha mutifida
Crocus (autumn)- Cholchicum autumnale
Cyad or Sago Cyas- Cyas revoluta
Daffodil- Narcissus tazetta
Daphne- Daphne mezerum
Death Camas- Zigadenus veneosus and other related species
Delphinium- Delphinium spp.
Devil's Ivy- Epipremnum aureum
Dieffenbachia (dumb cane
Dieffenbachia spp.
Eggplant- Solanum melongena (unripe/overipe fruit, leaves)
Elderberry- Sambucus mexicana (roots,leaves, stem, bark)
Elephant's Ears or Taro- Colocasia spp.
Euonymus- Euonymus spp (filit, bark, leaves)
European Pennyroyal- Mentha pulegium
Figs- Ficus spp. (sap)
Four o'clock- Miribilis jalapa
Foxglove- Digitalis purpurea
Heliotrope- Heliotropium spp. (leaves)
Henbane- Hyoscyamus niger
Holly- Hex aquifolium and related spp. (leaves, berries)
Horse Chestnut- Aesculus hippocastanum and related spp.
Horse Nettle- Solanum carolinense
Hyacinth- Hyacinthus orietalis
Hydrangea- Hydrangea spp.
Iris- Iris spp.
Ivy (Boston, English and some others)- Hedera spp.
Jack-in-the-Pulpit- Arisaema spp.
Jerusalem Cherry- Solanum pseudocapsicum and related spp.
Jessamine, Yellow- Gelsemium sempervirens (leaves, sterns)
Jimsonweed- Datura spp. (leaves, seeds, flowers)
Jonquil- Narcissus jonquilla
Juniper- Juniperus spp.
Lantana- Lantana camara
Larkspur- Delphinium spp.
Laurel- Kalmia spp.
Lily-of-the-Valley- Convalleria majalis
Lobelia- Lobelia spp.
Locoweed- Astragalus spp. and Oxytrophis spp.
Lupine- Lupinus spp.
Marijuana- Cannabis sativa
Milkweed- Asclepias spp.
Mistletoe- Phoradendron villosum
Mock Orange- Philadelphus spp.
Moonseed- Menispermum canadense
Monkshood- Aconitum spp.
Morning Glory- Ipomoea violacea (seeds)
Mushrooms- Amanita spp. and many others
Narcissus- Narcissus spp.
Oak- Quercus spp.
Oleander- Nerium oleander
Peach- Prunus persica (leaves, pit, bark)
Pear- Pyrus spp (leaves, seeds, bark)
Peony- Paeonia officinalis
Periwinkle- Vinca minor, Vinca rosea
Peyote- Lophophora williamsii
Philodendron- Philodendron spp.
Monstera spp
Pigweed- Amaranthus spp.
Plum- Prunus spp. (leaves, pit, bark)
Poison Hemlock- Conium maculatum
Poison Ivy- Toxicodendron radicans, includes T. rydbergii
Poison Oak- Toxicodendron quercifolium and T. diversilobum
Poison Sumac- Rhux vernix
Poinsetta- Euphorbia pulcherrima
Poppy- Papaver somniferum and related spp.
Pokeweed- Phytolacca americana
Potato- Solanum tuberosum (sprouts, leaves, berries, green tubers)
Pothos- Eprimemnun aureum
Primrose- Primula spp.
Privet- Ligustrum vulgare
Ragwort- Senecio jacobea and related spp.
Red Maple- Acer rubrum
Rhododendron- Rhododendron spp.
Rhubarb- Rheum rhabarbarum (leaves)
Rosary Pea- Abrus precatorius
Sage- Salvia officinalis
Shamrock Plant- Medicago lupulina
Trifolium repens- Oxalis acetosella
Skunk Cabbage- Symplocarpus foetidus
Snowdrop- Galanthus nivalis
Sorrel- Rumex spp.
Spurges- Euphorbia spp.
Star of Bethlehem- Ornithogalum umbellatum
Sweet Pea- Lathyrus odoratus
Tobacco- Nicotiania spp.
Tomato- Lycopersicon esculentum (stems, leaves)
Tulip- Tulipa spp.
Virginia Creeper- Panthenocissus quinquefolia
Vetches- Vicia spp.
Water Hemlock- Cicuta spp.
Waxberry- Symphoricarpos albus
Wisteria- Wisteria spp.
Yew- Taxus spp.
Non-Toxic Plants
Abelia- Abelia spp.
Acacia (some species)- Acacia spp.
African Daisy- Arctotis stoechadifolia
African Violet- Saintpaulina spp.
Aluminum Plant- Pilea cadierei
Aloe- Aloe spp. (flesh only)
Aralia- Aralia spp.
Arbutus- Arbutus spp.
Areca, Butterfly Cane- Areca lutescens
Ash- Fraxinus spp.
Asparagus Fern- Asparagus densiflorus
Aspen- Populus spp.
Aspidistra- Aspidistra spp.
Baby's Tears- Helxine soleirolli
Baby's Breath- Gypsophila paniculata
Bachelor Buttons- Centaurea cyanus
Barberry- Berberis spp
Beech- Fagus, Nothofagus
Begonia- Begonia spp.
Birch- Betula spp.
Bird's Nest Fern- Asplenium nidus
Blood Leaf Plant- Iresine herbstii and related spp.
Boston Fern- Nephrolepsis bostoniesis
Bougainvillea- Bougainvillea spp.
Brake, Ribbon, Dish- Pteris cretica
Bromeliads- Anans comosus
Crocus (autumn)- Cholchicum autumnale
Cyad or Sago Cyas- Cyas revoluta
California Holly- Heteromeles arbutifolia
Calamint- Calamintha spp.
Calendula (Pot Marigold)- Calendula officinalis
Camellia- Camellia spp.
Chamomlie- Chamaemelum nobile
Chickweed- Cerastium vulgatum, Stellaria media
Chicory- Cicorium intybus
Cissus Kangaroo Vines- Cissus spp.
Claw Cactus- Schlumbergera truncata
Coffee Tree- Coffea arabica (coffee is toxic)
Cottonwood- Populus spp.
Crabapple- Malus spp. (fruit only)
Creeping Jenny- Lysimachia spp.
Croton (house variety)- Codiaeum variegatum
Dahlia- Dahlia spp.
Dandelion- Taraxacum officinalus
Date- Phoenix dactylifera
Daylily- Hemerocallis spp.
Dill- Anethum graveolen
Dogwood- Cornus spp.
Donkey Tail- Sedum morganianum
Dracaena- Dracaena spp.
Dragon Tree- Dracaena draco
Easter Cactus- Rhipsalidopsis spp.
Echeveria- Echeveria spp.
Elderberry- Sambucus spp. (cooked ripe fruit only)
Elephant Foot Tree- Beaucarnea recurvata
Elm- Ulmus spp.
Eucalyptus- Eucalyptus sp.
Eugenia- Eugenia spp.
European Fan- Chamaerops humilis
Fir- Abies spp.
Gardenia- Gardenia jasminoides
Garlic- Allium sativum
Gloxinia- Sinnigia speciosa
Gold Dust Dracaena- Dracaena godseffiana
Grape Ivy- Cissus rhombifolia
Grape Vine- Vitis spp.
Hens and Chicks- Echeveria and Sempervivum species
Hibiscus- Hibiscus rosa-sinensis and related species
Honeysuckle- Lonicera spp.
Hoya- Hoya spp.
Impatients- Impatients spp.
Indian Hawthorne- Rhaphiolepsis spp.
Jade Plant- Crassula ovata
Kalanchoe- Kalanchoe blossfeldiana
Larch- Larix spp.
Lemon Balm- Melissa officinalis
Lilac- Syringa vulgaris and related species
Lily (Easter or Tiger)- Lilium spp.
Magnolia- Magnolia spp.
Marigold- Tagetes spp.
Madienhair Fern- Adiantum spp.
Manzanita- Arctostapylos manzanita
Mayapple- Podophyllum peltatum (fruit only)
Monkey Plant- Ruellia spp.
Moses-in-the-cradle- Rhoeo spathacea
Mother-in-Law's Tongue- Sansevieria triasciata
Nandina- Nandina domestica
Nasturtium- Tropaeolum majus
Natal Plant- Carissa macrocarpa
Nerve Plant- Fittonia verschaffeltti
Norfolk Island Pine- Araucaria excelsa
Passionflower- Passiflora caerulea
Peppermint- Mentha x piperita
Pepperomia- Pepperomia spp.
Petunia- Petunia spp.
Pony Tail Palm- Beaucarnea recurvata
Popular- Populus spp.
Prayer Plant- Maranta leuconeura
Purple Passion, Purple Velvet- Gynura aurantiaca
Pyracantha- Pyracantha spp.
Raphiolepsis- Raphiolepsis spp
Rose- Rosa spp.
Rubber Plant- Ficus elastica
Russian Olive- Elaeagnus augustifolia
Schefflera- Schefflera actinophylla
Sensitive Plant- Mimosa pudica
Spearmint- Mentha spicata
Spider Plant- Chlorophytum comosum
Spruce- Picea spp.
Squirrel's Foot Fern- Davallia trichomanoides
Staghorn, Elk's Horn- Platycerium bifurcatum
Star Jasmine- Trachelospermum jasminoides
String of Beads- Senecio rowleyanus
Swedish Ivy- Plectranthus australis
Sword Fern- Nephrolepis exaltata
Thistle- Cirsium spp.
Ti Plant- Cordyline terminalis
Violet- Viola spp
Wandering Jew- Tradescantia fluminensis
Willow- Salix spp.
Yucca- Yucca spp.
Zebra Plant- Aphelandra squarrosa
The following is a list of some nontoxic plants. Remember that any plant can cause harm if your bird consumes a large enough amount. Please see your veterinarian if you have concerns about a certain plant before placing it in the vicinity of your bird.